Karnataka

Coronavirus: three more test positive in Karnataka

Very few tourists are seen in front of Vidhana Soudha, as people stay indoor due to the fear of spreading COVID-19.

Very few tourists are seen in front of Vidhana Soudha, as people stay indoor due to the fear of spreading COVID-19.   | Photo Credit: 19K Murali Kumar

The total number of COVID-19 cases in Karnataka is now 14

Three more positive cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Karnataka, taking the total number of cases to 14, Medical Education Minister K Sudhakar has said in the Legislative Assembly.

The three new cases include a 56-year-old male, a resident of Bengaluru who returned from USA on 6th March, and another 25-year-old female, who returned from Spain around the same time. The details of the third person are yet to be revealed.

All three have been quarantined and are being treated in designated isolated hospitals in the city.

COVID-19 | Interactive map of confirmed coronavirus cases in India

Health Minister B Sriramulu also confirmed this in a tweet on Wednesday afternoon.

“2 more #Covid19 cases have been registered in Bangalore today, taking the total infected cases to 13. 56yr old male, resident of Bangalore returned from USA on 6th March. Another, 25 yr old female, who has returned from Spain. Both are admitted in designated isolated hospital,” he tweeted.

Coronavirus | State Helpline numbers for COVID-19

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